FCC Settles $115,000 LED Sign Investigation With Lighthouse

The Enforcement Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has entered into a consent decree to resolve its investigation into whether Lighthouse Technologies Ltd. violated the FCC’s rules by marketing LED signs used in digital billboards and other commercial and industrial applications without the required equipment authorizations. These rules ensure that radio-frequency devices marketed in the US do not interfere with authorized communications, thereby maintaining network integrity and security and protecting consumers.

To settle this matter, Lighthouse admitted that it marketed LED signs without the required equipment authorizations. The company will implement a compliance plan and pay a $115,000 civil penalty for the violation.

Given Lighthouse Technologies’ compliance, as well as the absence of new evidence, the Enforcement Bureau has terminated the investigation and will not take any further action against the company.

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